Facebook was back in the news after a report by NBC News told the leading leaders of the social media giant considered finding "real market value" for the confidential data of the users, the information that the company has said that it would protect
The problem seems to be wrong, but the people who should be worried do not care, Cramer said. Advertisers are still leaving platforms like YouTube for Facebook offers.
"The truth is that, as we learned over the course of last year, we can end this: none of these stories matters, it's earnings per share, people who should be concerned about Facebook and their privacy, they do not," he said. . "Facebook's biggest problem: they do not want their ad rates to get out of control, now it's a high-quality problem."
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